30. Leepike Ridge by N. D. Wilson

            There is intrigue, murder, and mayhem in this J-level novel.  Thomas Hammond is a normal inquisitive boy who does not like people condescending to him.  It starts with a refrigerator box.  His mother thinks he still likes to play with them.  So, he kicks the box off the spire his house is chained to and then gets in trouble.  His mother makes him clean up all the litter, but the floating styrofoam in the stream distracts Tom.  That night Tom floats down the stream and under Leepike Ridge.  There he learns how to survive, makes new friends, and learns the truth about his father’s death. 

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